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that moves you, so good ritual is ritual that gives you energy and makes you feel good and raises your heights, and bad ritual is almost like a bad tv show. it's just a dud. it doesn't do anything for you. i found that quite interesting. >> let's talk about other ritual, which i would think a lot of people would think is bad, and that issionism and the use of drugs. what did you experience with that? >> i stayed away from the drugs because i thought they couldn't lead anywhere good, but i did attend a workshop, and it's really -- shamanism like so many religions is all about a way of getting out of your head. that's what the mystical faiths are about, like kaballah. we spend so much time in our head thinking and thinking rationally, which is a good thing. don't get me wrong. in a way we do our best thinking, as you may notice, your best ideas may come in the shower or you're going for a walk. not when you're really focused on the problem. and what a lot of these religious practices are like shamanism is enchanting or dancing or something to get you out of your head and to get in touch
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